Every process that's executed on a computer system requires CPU to do what it is expected to do. There may be times when your system's CPU is overloaded (due to the number or kind of processes running on the system), and for whatever reason, you want to know the number of available processing units for new processes. Well, there's a tool dubbed nproc that you can use to confirm this information.
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