If you recall the post about xz vrs bzip2/gzip, xz has one more item up it's bag of tricks. The -e options allows for extreme tightness of your compressed file.
Now how much you save will depends on the file type that your compressing. Here's a ls -lR on my macbook. The file1 used xz -9 and file2 used xz -e
So you will need to determine if you can give up some time for cpu-process and gain a few more %s with your compression ratio for the data to compressed.
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