This program is a example of a Beowulf cluster or so-called Stone SouperComputer with Python and SSH. In this example, the server connects to any number of client computers via SSH and asks them to help compute some problem. Once a client finishes, the client sends back to the result to the server which stores the result on its own disk. The server then sends that client a new set of computations to finish, and this repeats until all the computations are finished. The client never has to store any information. The server is able to keep track of the client threads, the overall productivity and productivity of each client, and the entirety of the finished results.Originally, a Beowulf cluster was used for computation. There are many better ways of getting speed out of multiple computers (like the clusters that carry out the great prime search, or solve the protein folding problem), so this is not the optimal use of a Beowulf cluster. This is a cluster of antiquated computers, afterall, so most of them will be slow.