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Re: PndSttHitProducerRealFast() depends on event type? [message #8255 is a reply to message #8254] Thu, 16 April 2009 23:39 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
donghee is currently offline  donghee
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Registered: January 2009
Location: Germnay
first-grade participant
From: *dip.t-dialin.net
Dear Lia and all pandaroot experts,

There is no improvement of my understanding, now I'm still confusing for all situation.

Let's considering only in the simulation level.
I prepare two output display in attached file.

I used two different *.geo cases with TOF.
Tof->SetGeometryFileName("tofSciF.geo");
Tof->SetGeometryFileName("tofbarrel.geo");

I didn't touch any other lines.
In 10th event, the run is stuck with tofbarrel.geo.

To see what here is happen, all messages are printed with gdb mode in the case of using tofbarrel.geo.


One more strange thing is...
If I try to use DIRC detector or dipole field, which is suggested
in the tutorial run_sim_tpccombi_pgun.C,
at the second or fouth event run was also broken.

I doubt whether I have recent pandaroot version, and pandaroot is working
in my laptop with ubuntu operation.
Or probably, christian hoeppner already pointed out, there is related on the event topology. Such case, other person must report same problem. But it's not until now.


Best regards,
Donghee Kang









[Updated on: Fri, 17 April 2009 00:22]

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