SNAPSHOTS is an unscripted live-action competition series that engages school-aged children in a competition that uses photography to tell their own stories and share their vision of the world around them. In each episode, three kids go head-to-head in a series of picture snapping challenges designed to test their creativity, ingenuity and passion. Their best photos will be displayed publicly for photography experts to judge.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Snapshots - Snapshot (computer storage) - Netflix
In computer systems, a snapshot is the state of a system at a particular point in time. The term was coined as an analogy to that in photography. It can refer to an actual copy of the state of a system or to a capability provided by certain systems.
Snapshots - Volume managers - Netflix
Some Unix systems have snapshot-capable logical volume managers. These implement copy-on-write on entire block devices by copying changed blocks—just before they are to be overwritten within “parent” volumes—to other storage, thus preserving a self-consistent past image of the block device. Filesystems on such snapshot images can later be mounted as if they were on a read-only media. Some volume managers also allow creation of writable snapshots, extending the copy-on-write approach by disassociating any blocks modified within the snapshot from their “parent” blocks in the original volume. Such a scheme could be also described as performing additional copy-on-write operations triggered by the writes to snapshots. On Linux, Logical Volume Manager (LVM) allows creation of both read-only and read-write snapshots. Writable snapshots were introduced with the LVM version 2 (LVM2).
Snapshots - References - Netflix