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Upgrading from version 9.6.0.b01 to 9.6.0 has caused my simulation to leak a lot of memory (several Mb/s). I shoot neutrons in the energy range 1-20 MeV at a Uranium target. I have discovered some ways to make the leak disappear which all points towards a problem with inelastic neutron scattering: 1) Inactivate NeutronInelastic process. 2) Use a neutron energy <~5 MeV. 3) Shoot protons instead of neutrons. Things I have tried that did not remove the leak: 1') Change the target material to Pb as in Hadr00. 2') Change the physics list (tried several: QGSP_BERT, QGSP_BERT_HP, QGSP_BIC, FTFP_BERT). Unfortunately, of some reason, I cannot reproduce the problem using the Hadr00 example. Any help is appreciated, I'll be happy to run tests to track this leak down. Cheers, Kaj
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