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Not abuse resources.

If you school has a cluster then its likely to be in use alot of the time on more important things. Plus the disadvantage of playing around with things is that you may find next time when you need something like this, they may not allow it because you mucked about last time.

If you really must, then any distributed computing programs will run nicely depending on how the cluster is controlled, such as folding@home.

Another idea would be to contribute to some rainbow table projects.

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I'm pretty sure that F@H simply needs you to start as many instances of the program as there are CPUs within the cluster. The cluster itself will deal with distributing this load.

If you asked (and in fact received) access to this cluster, surely you have some idea of what you want to do with it?

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