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Hi Vladimir, We tried LHEP, the leak is still there. When you tested the example, I think the eletrons or muons were used (like in your run.macs), so it's not stange because no hadronic interactions were simulated. Could you use pions or kaons to test it again? This will help to make sure that there is no leak with QGSP or LHEP. We are using Red-hat Linux7.3/gcc3.2.3 and the CLHEP version is G4-recommended. --Huaimin Liu
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