In Solaris 10 8/07, the absolute limit on the amount of CPU resources that can be consumed by a project. A value of 100 means 100% of one CPU as the project.cpu-cap setting. A value of 125 is 125%, because 100% corresponds to one full CPU on the system when using CPU caps.
The number of CPU shares that are granted to this project for use with the fair share scheduler, FSS(7).
Total amount of kernel memory that can be used by libpkcs11 for hardware crypto acceleration. Allocations for kernel buffers and session-related structures are charged against this resource control.
Total amount of physical locked memory allowed.
Note that this resource control replaced project.max-device-locked-memory, which has been removed.
Maximum number of System V message queues allowed for a project.
Maximum allowable number of event ports.
Maximum number of System V semaphores allowed for a project.
Maximum number of shared memory IDs allowed for this project.
Maximum number of message queue IDs allowed for this project.
Total amount of System V shared memory allowed for this project.
Maximum number of LWPs simultaneously available to this project.
Maximum number of tasks allowable in this project.
Maximum number of contracts allowed in this project.