SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 41191 to Error: 41211

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Error: 41191, Severity: 16, The local availability replica of availability group ‘%.*ls’ cannot become the primary replica. The last-known primary availability replica is of a higher version than the local availability replica. Upgrade the local instance of SQL Server to the same

Error: 41192, Severity: 17, Creating and scheduling a worker task for AlwaysOn Availability Groups failed due to lack of resources (SQL OS error %d). Processing of new actions might be delayed or stalled until the resource limits are resolved. Reduce the memory or thread count on
Error: 41193, Severity: 10, Cannot join database ‘%.*ls’ to availability group ‘%.*ls’. The database is in the process of being removed from the availability group. When the remove-database operation completes, the database will no longer be joined to the availability group. Then

Error: 41194, Severity: 16, An error occurred while waiting for the local availability replica for availability group ‘%.*ls’ to complet post-online work. The operation encountered SQL OS error %d and has been terminated. Verify that the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) c
Error: 41195, Severity: 16, Availability group ‘%.*ls’ failed to process the WSFC lease-renewal command. The local availability replica lease is no longer valid to process the lease renewal command. Availability replica lease expired. This is an informational message only. No user a
Error: 41196, Severity: 16, Failed to create availability group ‘%.*ls’, because a Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) group with the specified name already exists. An attempt to rollback the operation failed. Check the SQL Server error log for more details. To manually clean
Error: 41197, Severity: 15, The FAILOVER_MODE option has not been specified for the replica ‘%.*ls’. Reenter the command, specifying a failover mode for the replica.
Error: 41198, Severity: 15, The AVAILABILITY_MODE option has not been specified for the replica ‘%.*ls’. Reenter the command, specifying an availability mode for the replica.

Error: 41199, Severity: 16, The specified command is invalid because the AlwaysOn Availability Groups feature is not supported by this edition of SQL Server. For information about features supported by the editions of SQL Server, see SQL Server Books Online.
Error: 41201, Severity: 16, The SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE, SEMANTICKEYPHRASETABLE and SEMANTICSIMILARITYDETAILSTABLE functions do not support remote data sources.
Error: 41202, Severity: 16, The source table ‘%.*ls’ specified in the SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE, SEMANTICKEYPHRASETABLE or SEMANTICSIMILARITYDETAILSTABLE function doesn’t have a full-text index that uses the STATISTICAL_SEMANTICS option. A full-text index using the STATISTICAL_SEMANT
Error: 41203, Severity: 16, The column ‘%.*ls’ specified in the SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE, SEMANTICKEYPHRASETABLE or SEMANTICSIMILARITYDETAILSTABLE function is not full-text indexed with the STATISTICAL_SEMANTICS option. The column must be full-text indexed using the STATISTICAL_SEMA
Error: 41204, Severity: 16, The source_key parameter is required in the SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE function.
Error: 41205, Severity: 10, Error %d occurred during semantic index population for table or indexed view ‘%.*ls’ (table or indexed view ID %d, database ID %d, document ID %d)
Error: 41206, Severity: 10, An ALTER FULLTEXT INDEX statement cannot remove the ‘STATISTICAL_SEMANTICS’ option from the last column in the index that has the option set when a “WITH NO POPULATION” clause is specified. Remove the “WITH NO POPULATION” clause.
Error: 41207, Severity: 10, A locale ID that is not supported was specified for a column with ‘STATISTICAL_SEMANTICS’. Please verify that the locale ID is correct and that the corresponding language statistics has been installed.
Error: 41208, Severity: 10, Warning: The population for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’) encountered a document with full-text key value ‘%ls’ that specifies a language not supported for semantic indexing. Some columns of the row will not
Error: 41209, Severity: 10, A semantic language statistics database is not registered. Full-text indexes using ‘STATISTICAL_SEMANTICS’ cannot be created or populated.
Error: 41210, Severity: 10, The semantic language statistics database is not accessible or not valid. Full-text indexes using ‘STATISTICAL_SEMANTICS’ cannot be created or populated.
Error: 41211, Severity: 16, A semantic language statistics database is already registered.

This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server

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

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