|File Processing System||Database Management System|
|On the other hand, a file system is a more unstructured data store for storing arbitrary, probably unrelated data.||A database is generally used for storing related, structured data, with well defined data formats, in an efficient manner for insert, update and/or retrieval.|
|A file system provides much looser guarantees about consistency, isolation and durability.||While databases are consistent at any instant in time,provide,isolated transactions and durable writes,|
|A file-processing system coordinates only the physical access to the data.||A database management system coordinates both the physical and the logical access to the data|
|A file-processing system is designed to allow predetermined access to data (i.e. compiled programs)||A database management system is designed to allow flexible access to data (i.e. queries)|
|Unauthorized access cannot be restricted in DBMS||Unauthorized access is restricted in DBMS|
|Redundancy cannot be controlled in File processing system.||Redundancy can be controlled in File processing system.|
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