Thank you for your suggestion!
Indeed, 'taskset' does what it claims to do and I learn something new today, yay!
If I understand correctly, right now, if we were to use 'taskset', all the users have to manually check which CPUs are not 'busy' (so to say), say by using 'top' and run 'taskset' _manually_ to set the process to occupy idle CPUs.
I guess, we will use this manual way incase there is no other way.
But, for now, any other workarounds to disable the CPU count limit are welcome.