SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 9934 to Error: 9954

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Error: 9934, Severity: 10, Row was not found. It was deleted or updated while indexing was in progress.
Error: 9935, Severity: 10, Warning: Wordbreaker, filter, or protocol handler used by catalog ‘%ls’ does not exist on this instance. Use sp_help_fulltext_catalog_components and sp_help_fulltext_system_components check for mismatching components. Rebuild catalog is recommended.
Error: 9936, Severity: 10, Informational: No full-text supported languages found.
Error: 9937, Severity: 16, Too many full-text columns or the full-text query is too complex to be executed.

Error: 9938, Severity: 16, Cannot find the specified user or role ‘%.*ls’.
Error: 9939, Severity: 16, Current user or role ‘%.*ls’ does not have the required permission to set the owner.
Error: 9940, Severity: 10, Error: Full-text %ls population for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’) is terminated due to the preceding error.
Error: 9941, Severity: 10, Informational: Full-text %ls population for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’) is being suspended by the system as the database is unavailable. System will resume the population whenever the database is available

Error: 9942, Severity: 10, Informational: Full-text %ls population for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’) was cancelled by user.
Error: 9943, Severity: 10, Informational: Full-text %ls population completed for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’). Number of documents processed: %d. Number of documents failed: %d. Number of documents that will be retried: %d.
Error: 9944, Severity: 10, Informational: Full-text retry pass of %ls population completed for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’). Number of retry documents processed: %d. Number of documents failed: %d.
Error: 9945, Severity: 10, Error: All Full-text populations in progress, for catalog ‘%ls’ (‘%d’) in database ‘%ls’ (‘%d’) were terminated due to error. Error: 0x%x.
Error: 9947, Severity: 10, Warning: Identity of full-text catalog in directory ‘%ls’ does not match database ‘%.*ls’. The full-text catalog cannot be attached.
Error: 9948, Severity: 10, Warning: Full-text catalog path ‘%ls’ is invalid. It exceeds the length limit, or it is a relative path, or it is a hidden directory, or it is a UNC PATH. The full-text catalog cannot be attached, rebuild the catalog to resolve it.
Error: 9949, Severity: 10, Warning: All Full-text populations in progress for full-text catalog ‘%ls’ (‘%d’) in database ‘%ls’ (‘%d’) are paused. Reason code: %d. Error: %ls. If this message occurs frequently, consult Books Online for indexing performance tuning assistance.
Error: 9950, Severity: 10, Informational: Full-text catalog health monitor reported a failure for catalog ‘%ls’ (‘%d’) in database ‘%ls’ (‘%d’). Reason code: %d. Error: %ls. The catalog is corrupted and all in-progress populations will be stopped. Use rebuild catalog to recover the
Error: 9951, Severity: 10, Warning: Database %.*ls cannot be modified during detach because database is in read-only, standby, or shutdown state. Full-text catalog is not dropped, and ‘@keepfulltextindexfile = false’ is ignored.
Error: 9952, Severity: 10, Informational: Full-text auto change tracking is turned off for table or indexed view ‘%ls’ (table or indexed view ID ‘%d’, database ID ‘%d’) due to fatal crawl error.
Error: 9953, Severity: 16, The path ‘%.*ls’ has invalid attributes. It needs to be a directory. It must not be hidden, read-only, or on a removable drive.
Error: 9954, Severity: 16, SQL Server failed to communicate with filter daemon launch service (Windows error: %ls). Full-Text filter daemon process failed to start. Full-text search functionality will not be available.

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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