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On Tue, 13 Jul 2010 17:57:17 GMT, Asai, Makoto wrote:
> G4Event and related objects including trajectories are > automatically deleted when processing an event is done, > unless you specifically do something special. Do NOT > delete G4Event in your EndOfEventAction. > > Do you use parameterized volume? If so, check your code > which is invoked for every step and see if you instantiate > anything.
Thanks. I don't use parameterized volumes. I did find a glaring memory leak from not deleting the G4ElectronIonPair instance. After fixing that, I tried 10000 and then 100000 events using 250 MeV electrons. It finished in a few minutes with no problem.
I appreciate your feedback.