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Re: None managing memory (Neil Fazel)
Re: None RE: managing memory (Makoto Asai)
Date: 13 Jul, 2010
From: Neil Fazel <Neil Fazel>

On Tue, 13 Jul 2010 05:10:57 GMT, Asai, Makoto wrote:
> Hi,
> Given the incident energy of a few GeV, 100 is quite a small number.
> First of all, if you are visualizing all the events, that is the
> first thing to drop. Secondarily, if you keep trajectories or
> events themselves for more than one events, that should be given
> up. If your problem still persists, check all the user objects you
> instantiate during the event, e.g. hits, are properly deleted at
> the end of each event.

Thank you. I have disabled all visualization and run either from the Idle> prompt or in batch mode. I checked to make sure that I'm not invoking G4Run->StoreEvent() to explicitly store events. How does the user ensure trajectories or events are deleted after they are no longer needed? My guess is that something needs to be done in G4Event::EndOfEventAction() or G4Run::EndOfRunAction(). Do I need to delete the G4Event object in G4Event::EndOfEventAction()?

Thanks, Neil

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