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Long Running Backup Job and SQL Server FullText Search...State "Change Pending"

BAck up of 5GB database run for 12 hrs and when I investigate things are pointing toward FullText search on the database. I rebuild FTS catalogue but problem still persists. So I tried restarting Server FullText Search Service and now the state of FTS is "Change Pending....". I tried to stop and restart but with no luck. How can I fully restart search service and change its state to "Running"?

update: I run the following query on the index catalog in question select fulltextcatalogproperty('MyCatalog', 'PopulateStatus') and no results after running 20min. What do I do to drop or fix this index catalog? I couldnt even take backups. Please Help! Its driving me crazyyyyyyyyy. Thank you.

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asked Jan 31, 2010 at 12:17 AM in Default

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Thank you all. I finally solved the problem by restarting SQL Server and Stopped the FullText search service using task manager. Then I remove the FullText catalog from all the databases that have it and I was able to take backup with out a problem. However, I still dont know what causes the corruption on the FullText Catalogue in the first place.

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answered Feb 07, 2010 at 11:10 PM

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To remove full text index, From MSDN:

USE AdventureWorks; GO DROP FULLTEXT INDEX ON HumanResources.JobCandidate; GO

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answered Feb 01, 2010 at 06:09 AM

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I tried that, but it couldn't do it. Process goes forever executing the query. Any Idea why? Also If I drop it successfully can I recreate it without problem on the application?
Feb 01, 2010 at 10:17 AM DaniSQL
Well, if it goes on forever, look in actovity monitor to see if it is blocked by some other process. How big is this index?
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