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I use macro files to execute my simulation on g4.9.3p01. I intend to save the random number engine status at the end of run, so I have
as my last command in my macro file. This runs fine when the number of beams is small. However, when the number of beamOn is large (eg more than 1 million) the program does not quit itself in the terminal. Normally my program will end with the following lines
Graphics systems deleted. Visualization Manager deleting...
indicating memory store are freed. But in my case the lines above are not shown. It just hang there after processing the simulation. I can't even terminate with ctrl+C except open a new terminal.
I am quite convinced the command "/random/saveThisRun" causes the problem because everything runs smoothly until I use that command. Is it not ok to insert it after beamOn?
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