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I wanted to briefly update with the final cause/solution, in case others find this thread for the same reason. The problem was due to a miscommunication between myself (the developer) and the users. I had enabled multithreading (MT) in the code, and had tested MT operation on standard workstations. The users were using an MPI system, which I had not enabled/integrated in the code.
The "problem" was solved by the users no longer running the code with multiple nodes. Apparently my computing knowledge was more out-of-date than I realized; they couldn't imagine setting up a parallel processing simulation *without* MPI and I hadn't fully paid attention to the different parallel computing architectures/approaches.