Check this thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=886023
The patched su/Superuser is just part of the solution.
&partialy working for me.. still creating read-only -wal and -shm files
here is an another solution: http://saraev.ca/su/
it is modified to "chmod" own databases - have a look at README file included
don't forget to grant permissions to superuser itself
EDIT: this is a dirty workaround, I hope someone can make it better...
The one in your link is a dirty workaround for sure, it modifies baksmali code. Mine is working as intended. The wal and shm files are only present when you're actually sitting in the Superuser app. I'll modify the code some more to close the DB anytime it's not being read or written from. As it stands it's already rare to trigger a case where a request would fail.
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