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Suraj PSuraj P 

SFDX: The package2 version create request failed because this organization has reached its daily limit. Is there any documentation about governor limits for creating packages?

I'm getting the following error when trying to create a new package version using Salesforce DX and packaging2. Is there any documentation regarding this?
NagendraNagendra (Salesforce Developers) 
Hi Suraj,

It depends on the specific package.  Some count against the limits while others don't.  The ones that don't are typically entirely native applications (100% on force.com).  The partner offering the package should know whether their package counts against the limits.  

managed packages that have passed the security review for AppExchange—get their own set of limits for most per-transaction limits. Certified managed packages are developed by Salesforce ISV Partners, are installed in your org from Lightning Platform AppExchange, and have unique namespaces.

There’s no limit on the number of certified namespaces that can be invoked in a single transaction. However, the number of operations that can be performed in each namespace must not exceed the per-transaction limits. There’s also a limit on the cumulative number of operations that can be made across namespaces in a transaction. This cumulative limit is 11 times the per-namespace limit. For example, if the per-namespace limit for SOQL queries is 100, a single transaction can perform up to 1,100 SOQL queries. In this case, the cumulative limit is 11 times the per-namespace limit of 100. These queries can be performed across an unlimited number of namespaces, as long as anyone namespace doesn't have more than 100 queries. The cumulative limit doesn’t affect limits that are shared across all namespaces, such as the limit on maximum CPU time.

For more information please check with below link.
Please let us know if this helps.