Description of problem:
The Fedora-LXDE-Live-i386-25-20160930.n.0.iso is to big
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Actual results: size 1033895936
Expected results: max 734003200
Additional info: QA:Testcase Mediakit ISO Size
Proposed as a Blocker for 25-beta by Fedora user jagodyn using the blocker tracking app because:
QA:Testcase Mediakit Size ISO
FAIL: Fedora-LXDE-Live-i386-25-20160930.n.0.iso, size 1033895936, max 734003200
LXDE live is not a blocking image (and i686 is not a blocking arch). I'm just gonna switch this to FreezeException since it's a very clear-cut case. Non-blocking images being over-size can be a FreezeException, but never a Blocker.
is the Beta RC image over size? if not than this should move to final
In fact this is an automatic FE: "Any non-release-blocking Beta or Final TC/RC image exceeding its target size (failures of QA:Testcase_Mediakit_ISO_Size)" - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:SOP_freeze_exception_bug_process#Automatic_freeze_exceptions . Marking as accepted.
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