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Re: libstt.so error [message #10414 is a reply to message #10413] Tue, 16 March 2010 21:43 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Gianluigi Boca is currently offline  Gianluigi Boca
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Stefano Spataro wrote on Tue, 16 March 2010 18:23

Hi Gianluigi,
from a discussion with Elisa yesterday, as far as I have understood this was already done (as explained in a Mohammad message in the forum). Indeed the error is not in glpk but in this PI function/member of TrackFinderReal.



Hi Stefano,
ok, I agree it is not glpk. The fact is that PI is a
static const Double_t equal to 3.14.....etc.etc

defined in PndSttTrackFinderReal.h

I don't see how suddenly it doesn't work anymore : the code itself has worked at least until the last collaboration meeting - thanks God!

It is a fact though that today Radek and tonite myself are experiencing also a new very strange behaviour of the PndSttTrackFinderReal : the macro macro/stt/runreco.C
(with PndSttTrackFinderReal(iVerbose) in place of the
PndSttTrackFinderIdeal(iVerbose) )

stops without any crash at the first event, at the point
where the function PndTrkFinderPartial( ) is called.
At the moment I don't have the slightest idea why - it looks like
some memory leak somewhere else.

So could Elisa's problem be related to this ?

Has anybody made changes in some part of the code causing this??

Gianluigi
 
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