SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 30069 to Error: 30088

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Error: 30069, Severity: 11, The full-text filter component ‘%ls’ used to populate catalog ‘%ls’ in a previous SQL Server release is not the current version (component version is ‘%ls’, full path is ‘%.*ls’). This may cause search results to differ slightly from previous releases. To

Error: 30070, Severity: 10, During the database upgrade, the full-text word-breaker component ‘%ls’ that is used by catalog ‘%ls’ was successfully verified. Component version is ‘%ls’. Full path is ‘%.*ls’. Language requested is %d. Language used is %d.
Error: 30071, Severity: 11, The full-text word-breaker component ‘%ls’ used to populate catalog ‘%ls’ in a previous SQL Server release is not the current version (component version is ‘%ls’, full path is ‘%.*ls’, language requested is %d, language used is %d). This may cause search
Error: 30072, Severity: 10, During the database upgrade, the full-text protocol handler component ‘%ls’ that is used by catalog ‘%ls’ was successfully verified. Component version is ‘%ls’. Full path is ‘%.*ls’. Program ID is ‘%.*ls’.

Error: 30073, Severity: 11, The full-text protocol handler component ‘%ls’ used to populate catalog ‘%ls’ in a previous SQL Server release is not the current version (component version is ‘%ls’, full path is ‘%.*ls’, program ID is ‘%.*ls’). This may cause search results to differ sl
Error: 30074, Severity: 17, The master merge of full-text catalog ‘%ls’ in database ‘%.*ls’ was cancelled.
Error: 30075, Severity: 10, Full-text crawls for database ID: %d, table ID: %d, catalog ID: %d will be stopped since the clustered index on the table has been altered or dropped. Crawl will need to re-start from the beginning.
Error: 30076, Severity: 10, Full-text crawl forward progress information for database ID: %d, table ID: %d, catalog ID: %d has been reset due to the modification of the clustered index. Crawl will re-start from the beginning when it is unpaused.
Error: 30077, Severity: 16, The full-text query did not use the value specified for the OPTIMIZE FOR query hint. Only single terms are allowed as values for full-text queries that contain an OPTIMIZE FOR query hint. Modify the OPTIMIZE FOR query hint value to be a single, non-empty

Error: 30078, Severity: 10, The fulltext query did not use the value specified for the OPTIMIZE FOR hint because the query contained more than one type of full-text logical operator.
Error: 30079, Severity: 10, The full text query ignored UNKNOWN in the OPTIMIZE FOR hint.
Error: 30080, Severity: 16, The full-text population on table ‘%ls’ cannot be started because the full-text catalog is importing data from existing catalogs. After the import operation finishes, rerun the command.
Error: 30081, Severity: 10, A cached plan was compiled using trace flags that are incompatible with the current values. Consider recompiling the query with the new trace flag settings.
Error: 30082, Severity: 16, Full-text predicates cannot appear in an aggregate expression. Place the aggregate expression in a subquery.
Error: 30083, Severity: 16, Full-text predicates cannot appear in the GROUP BY clause. Place a GROUP BY clause expression in a subquery.
Error: 30084, Severity: 16, The full-text index cannot be created because filegroup ‘%.*ls’ does not exist or the filegroup name is incorrectly specified. Specify a valid filegroup name.
Error: 30085, Severity: 16, A stoplist cache cannot be generated while processing a full-text query or performing full-text indexing. There is not enough memory to load the stoplist cache. Rerun the query or indexing command when more resources are available.
Error: 30086, Severity: 16, The system ran out of memory while building a full-text index. The batch for the full-text indexing operation will automatically be retried using a smaller batch size.
Error: 30087, Severity: 17, Data coming back to the SQL Server process from the filter daemon host is corrupted. This may be caused by a bad filter. The batch for the indexing operation will automatically be retried using a smaller batch size.
Error: 30088, Severity: 10, The full-text filter daemon host process has stopped normally. The process will be automatically restarted if necessary.

This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
SQL Server 2014

Hope this was helpful.

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