i want to make a program code ,but it ll take long time to execute
so i am spiliting my program into thread ....

but the general concept about thread is ,it will reduce the execution
time of our program under good condition (depending RAM size,Processor
speed ,etc.....)

But if the number of thread is more than that capacity of RAM ,Processor
speed,and other resouces.....then the program will be very very slow

so i want to check all the resource status(RAM ,processor,etc..) ,after
creating everyone child thread from parent thread ...

so how can i find the resource status(RAM ,processor,etc..) in the
parent thread .
so i can decide about to create next child thread.....

any idea.....
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