I have tested this with a small agent, which continuously deletes and writes the ACL to the database. After around 1,300 to 8,700 loops, this agent terminates with the above mentioned error message.
I would like to know how to correct these corrupt ACLs (there may be around 500 databases affected). And even if I correct the control of this agent and it runs only once a day, how can I write the ACL without getting this problem?
Thank you very much for your answer.
For the future, I suggest rewriting your agent so that it checks the current ACL and adds, deletes or updates only those entries that need it, rather than a total rip and replace each time. This will prevent you running into this limit again in the too-near future.
Also consider whether there's a way to change the contents of the ACL lists so that they won't need to be updated as often. Use a group name, for instance, instead of putting usernames in so that you can update the group instead of changing the ACL.
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