[CentOS] kickstart problems since 7.3

Fri Jan 6 23:06:01 UTC 2017
Gordon Messmer <gordon.messmer at gmail.com>

I tracked this down, eventually.  Under RHEL/CentOS 7.2, the rootfs was 
limited to the size of available memory.  Under 7.3, there's an 
artificial restriction of 50% of total system memory.  The default size 
of a VM under "virt-manager" is 1G, which creates a ~500MB rootfs in the 
installer.  That filesystem is too small to run the installation in most 

The documented minimum is still 1GB of RAM, but that's no longer 
sufficient to complete the installation of 7.3:

I'm going to file a bug and ask Red Hat to document the new minimums.