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Re: Recent Changes in MarlinTPC trunk [message #2048 is a reply to message #2035] Thu, 12 August 2010 10:22 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
ralf
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Registered: August 2007
Location: DESY Hamburg
Hi

thanks for the fast replies Smile

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jabernathy wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 12:16

ralf wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 08:51
On my computer, using latest trunk (r2207), a simple chain using the ConditionsProcessor, the TrackerRawDataToDataConverterProcessor and the PedestalSubtractorProcessor does always stop with:
*** glibc detected *** Marlin: double free or corruption

and then some more messages.
This worked in the last trunk revision before (r2198). Haven't yet figured out why this happens.


I don't have the same error using those processors. Can you send me your files so I can test it locally?


I figured out that it happens after all the processing of the events is done (took some hours to run it in DEBUG mode).
Do you have access to AFS? Tomorrow, I could place the input files somewhere there.

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jabernathy wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 12:16

ralf wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 08:51
In the PedestalSubstractor, I think the renaming of the override parameter from "MaximumADCValue" to "MaximumADCValueOverride" is a good idea. Maybe we should make this a convention to append to optional parameters like this the word "Override"?


In the latest version of the trunk it is named correctly.


I know. I just wanted to point out, that I liked your idea and that one might do it like this in the other processors Smile


CU, Ralf.
 
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