Recent Astronomy KDE livespin compose failure perhaps due to disk shortage

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Hello, all:

From 20211215 compose, Astronomy KDE livespin began to fail to create due to
kernel-core %posttrans scriptlet error:

Until 20211211, it was successful:

(20211212 had some dependency error, not related to this discussion).

As Kevin says on: ,
looks like this is due to disk shortage. ,
Astronomy live spin sets the disk size to 14500MiB, but looks like total installed
size is very close to this size according to anaconda.log

(from anaconda.log, on 20211211 "guessed" size to be installed says 15.23 GiB and
 on 20211215, "guessed" installed size says 15.41 GiB )

from 20211215, looks like kernel-core %posttrans scripitlet trying to create
some image (like initramfs) began to fail.

So perhaps we have to either:
* remove some packages from live spin
* or raise disk space

Any ideas?

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