Global flags apply to all current resource control values represented by this resource control block. Global actions and global flags are set by rctladm(1M). Global actions and global flags cannot be set with setrctl(). Global flags apply to all resource controls. For each threshold value that is placed on a resource control, the following global actions and global flags are available:
No global action is taken when a resource control value is exceeded on this control.
A standard message is logged by the syslog() facility when any resource control value on a sequence associated with this control is exceeded.
No values with the RCPRIV_BASIC privilege are permitted on this control.
Non-privileged callers are able to lower the value of privileged resource control values on this control.
The action that is taken when a control value is exceeded on this control always includes denial of the resource.
The action that is taken when a control value is exceeded on this control always excludes denial of the resource. The resource is always granted, although other actions can also be taken.
The valid signals for local actions include the SIGXFSZ signal.
The valid signals for local actions include the SIGXCPU signal.
No local actions are permitted on this control. The resource is always granted.
This resource control supports the concept of an unlimited value. Generally, an unlimited value applies only to accumulation-oriented resources, such as CPU time.
Generally, a task or project related resource control does not support observational control values. An RCPRIV_BASIC privileged control value placed on a task or process generates an action only if the value is exceeded by that process.
In the Solaris 10 5/08 release, the level n/a was added for resource controls on which no global action can be configured.