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I'm running Geant184.108.40.206 and attempting to follow the simple method outlined in thread /eventtrackmanage/1099 to save random numbers from rare, but interesting events to reproduce later. I do the following in EventAction::EndOfEventAction():-
As I understand the code, G4RunManager::rndmSaveThisEvent() should copy the file "currentEvent.rndm" containing the event random number status to an event specific filename. However, when triggered it generates messages such as:-
cp: cannot stat './currentEvent.rndm': No such file or directory
The working directory actually contains files similar to "G4Worker9_currentEvent.rndm" , but not "currentEvent.rndm" hence the warnings. The stored random number files are overwritten by subsequent events and lost.
Has G4RunManager not been updated to account for changes made elsewhere as part of updates for MT or am I missing a step some where? Is there a better way to save these rare events?
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