I believe the 700 MiB limit is imposed by the typical 80-minute CD-R media. If it's increased even a little bit, it may as well be raised to 4.7 GB since DVD media would now be required.
On Fri, Aug 20, 2021, at 4:27 PM, Peter Boy wrote:
> There is a bug against the Federa Server Edition armhfp installation iso
> see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1963007
> The F35 build exceeds the current max size of 700 mb (by about 20 mb)
> There are obviously 2 options:
> (a) reduce the size by removing some packages
> (b) Determine a new max size
> According to my recent experimentation with aarch64 server iso the arm
> build is a splendid materialization of the current concept of Fedora
> Server Edition. Therefore, I'm hesitant to remove packages. I would
> also have no idea which ones could be dispensable. Therefore, from a
> user/admin perspective, I would opt to set 750 as the new maximum size
> and proceed with the current build.
> Unfortunately, I am not (yet) familiar with the ARM architecture and
> have no idea what technical or practical problems or side effects might
> arise from that.
> Therefore I would like to ask the Arm experts here for a recommendation
> on how to proceed.
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