This happens when there are too many literals in the ruleset. A literal is anything defined in a fileset. For example, foo.exe is 1 literal. foo.exe, foo2.exe are two literals. To reduce the literals and thus generate rules successfully, one needs to wildcard and generalize when possible. So foo*.exe would change the literals to 1 from 2 (from foo.exe and foo2.exe for example). The maximum literals is 7500.
Basically, for a little insight into why the value of 7500 was selected. The default rule sets have a complexity of no more than 2500. The internal Cisco Policy is not even double that value. So triple the default was selected to allow plenty of rule for customization.
If you exceed 7500 literals, rule generation would be extremely slow and would most likely timeout.
As a rule of thumb: always wildcard where possible.
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