The Solaris Resource Manager system error messages are:
The virtual memory usage (memory.usage) of an lnode has reached the virtual memory limit (memory.limit).
The number of processes (process.usage) of an lnode has reached the process count limit (process.limit).
The virtual memory usage of a process has reached the virtual memory limit (memory.plimit).
If the Solaris Resource Manager software is installed and enabled, then the setuid system call, in addition to its standard function, attaches the calling process to the lnode associated with its new real UID. If attachment fails, it is usually because there is no lnode associated with the new UID.
The flag.nologin is set for the user at the time the user tries to log in.
The flag.onelogin is set for the user, and the user has already logged in from another terminal.
The terminal.flag.all, terminal.flag.console, terminal.hardwired, or terminal.flag.network is set for the user when the user tries to log in from a particular terminal.
The terminal connect-time (terminal.usage) has reached the limit (terminal.limit).