Synchronization of replicated data and program state is an essential aspect of application fault-tolerance. Current solutions use virtual memory mapping to identify page writes and replicate them at the destination. This approach has limitations because the granularity is restricted to a minimum of 4KiB per page, which may result in more data being replicated. Motivated by the emerging CXL hardware, we expand on the work Waddington, et al. [SoCC 22] by evaluating popular compression algorithms on VM snapshot data at cache line granularity. We measure the compression ratio vs. the compression time and present our conclusions.