I am not sure if it is an error or just an informational message. I checked the web and found couple of articles but after reading them I still don't understand what it is all about. Can somebody explain it in simple terms?
It's a standard startup message, so you should see this whenever the SQL Server service starts. It just means that there is no set limit to how many locks you can have. Back in the days of SQL 6.5, you had to declare at service start how many locks could be held at any one time. Now it is dynamic.