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Thanks for your reply.
After my last message I updated to 4.9.6 p02. It seems now that the examples are working unless I run a large number of simulations. I still have my original question though. How do you get more simulations to run without hitting the memory limit. This is necessary to keep the error in the energy deposition low.
On Fri, 14 Jun 2013 14:24:46 GMT, Marc Verderi wrote:
> Hello Jamie, > > What you describe is typically a memory leak happening in your > application : ie objects created in memory, and never deleted. If you > just accumulate the dose (without keeping the individual contributions > in memory), you should not have such limitation. Do you keep the > individual contributions or just the sum of them ? > More strange is the fact that you to say to have the same problem with > any examples: do you have more on this ? > What version of Geant4 are you using ? > > Cheers, > Marc