If you are new to
xargs, or do not know what
xargs is yet, please read our xargs for beginners with examples first. If you are already somewhat used to
xargs, and can write basic
xargs command line statements without looking at the manual, then this article will help you to become more advanced with
xargs on the command line, especially by making it multi-threaded.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/multi-threaded-xargs-with-examples