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I am doing muon tracking in water cerenkov with the last 4.8.2 Geant using BINARY Hadronic model. Here is a crash track by valgrin tool
22 -1.89e+03 -2.63e+03 -4.43e+03 3.68 2.73 1.97 290 WCBarrel muIoni 23 -1.89e+03 -2.63e+03 -4.43e+03 0.409 3.27 1.14 291 WCBarrel muIoni 24 -1.89e+03 -2.63e+03 -4.43e+03 0 0.409 0.0229 291 WCBarrel muIoni ==8156== ==8156== Invalid read of size 8 ==8156== at 0xB69FDCFB: G4NuclearLevelManager::MakeLevels() (in /home/campagne/kits/OpenScientist/v16r0/lib/libG4processes.so) ==8156== by 0xB69FCC79: G4NuclearLevelManager::SetNucleus(int, int, G4String const&) (in /home/campagne/kits/OpenScientist/v16r0/lib/libG4processes.so) ==8156== by 0xB6A02A01: G4NuclearLevelStore::GetManager(int, int) (in /home/campagne/kits/OpenScientist/v16r0/lib/libG4processes.so) ==8156== by 0xB69ECEE3: G4ContinuumGammaDeexcitation::CreateTransition() (in /home/campagne/kits/OpenScientist/v16r0/lib/libG4processes.so) ==8156== Address 0x0 is not stack'd, malloc'd or free'd
Using GEISHA or Bertini Hadronic model do not crash, also in my past experience with previuos Geant 4 version I do not experience this kindof crash. DO you see any reason? I am using latest hadronic table available in the Geant pages, but I wander if the BINARY model has changed his initialisatioin for instance....
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