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Re: genfit2 update - bugs(?) [message #18666 is a reply to message #18664] Fri, 06 November 2015 11:03 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Elisabetta Prencipe (2) is currently offline  Elisabetta Prencipe (2)
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Registered: February 2013
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From: *ikp.kfa-juelich.de
Hello Stefano,

if people are saying that they find memory leak problems, I check every possibility. Then, it was not a bad idea to see what happens with different numIter, as I remember that this was source of troubles with genfit1 (otherwise, why is it forced to 1, in the old genfit)?

I do have in my development/branch only genfit2, as you know. This is how I performed every test since one year, simply because I prefer not to mix up things.
If every connection with genfit1 is excluded, no memory leak problems are seen at all. So, it is not /genfit2 or /GenfitTools generating troubles in pandaroot.

In the new trunk, up to 10 000 events, I did not see problems testing the channel Jpsi pi pi. But other people got it, with different decay channels.

In the new trunk, I do not know what was done. For sure, there are both, genfit and genfit2. Not my decision.
As I said before, what I can do is to set up the new release mar15 with only genfit2, and do my tests again. I do not want to mix up things, otherwise every debugging is difficult.

Remember that other 8 packages were slightly changed, when I had worked with genfit2. I can say what I did in /developmnet/genit2; I am not aware of development in other packages.


My best, Elisabetta
 
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