What problem can enabling compression prevent when using ssh to run remote x11 applications on a local display?

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The problem that enabling compression prevent when using a ssh to run remote x11 applications on a local display would be that this creates a backup feature. Should the computer crash, all of your work will be saved on the hard drive.
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Increases latency. X sessions forwarded over a higher bandwidth connection compression is not recommended for.
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While compression means the data comes to you faster, your system still has to decompress it. Overhead is still pretty heavy.
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I would think one problem would be processor utilization on both ends could be a potential problem with compression.
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Compression can increase latency to and extent that may not be desirable for an X session forwarded over a high-bandwidth connection.
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