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Re: Official code for tracking TDR [message #11747 is a reply to message #11742] Fri, 06 May 2011 20:59 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Gianluigi Boca is currently offline  Gianluigi Boca
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Stefano Spataro wrote on Thu, 05 May 2011 15:14

I I have tried simulating 1000 dpm events and 100 evtgen models.
At the reco level (as explained in my previous post), I have the following crash (still with feb11):

*** PndRecoKalmanFit::Exec	Genfit Exception: trk->addHitVector 
from PndMixBackgroundEvents : in this evt 7 evts of bkg are added, with the following times :
	t = -119.7
	t = -166.3
	t = 1.593
	t = 12.03
	t = 68.07
	t = 70.01
	t = 185.0
Found Tracks: 36 in event no. 86
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glp_set_mat_col: j = 11; ind[5] = 0; row index out of range
Error detected in file glpapi01.c at line 878


I have tried with may11 and the crash does not appear, but I have not used exactly the same seed and I would like to be sure that we will not fall again in this crash.




Hi Stefano,
I updated
sttmvdtracking/PndMixBackgroundEvents.cxx
and eliminated the debug printouts.
As far as the crash is concerned, I am investigating it; Susanna got the same type of crash last week when running the reconsruction, I let the collaboration know as soon as I fix it

Cheers Gianluigi
 
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