I am very sorry, but the persistent live system I started yesterday fell
for the temptation to upgrade unattemded. The used space increased from
259 MiB to 1,3 GiB. See the attached screenshot.

-o-

Are there other things, that have changed between the released 16.04.1
LTS and the current daily iso file (except casper and the number of
packages classified as security updates), that could make a difference
regarding unattended upgrades?

-o-

Maybe you should try along the path I used in mkusb - to change the
files

10periodic
20auto-upgrades

and restore all the other fixes. I hope and think it would be possible
from casper too.

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