This monitor checks the status of the SQL Full Text Search service and generates an alert when the service is set to start automatically and is not running.
Note that an alert is not generated when the service is disabled and a healthy state will be shown.
A service can stop for many reasons, including:
The service was stopped by an administrator.
The service was prevented from starting because the user account could not be authenticated.
The service encountered an exception that stopped the service.
The service was improperly configured, which prevented it from starting.
Another service (e.g. SQL Server) that this service is dependent on was stopped.
You can attempt to restart the service in the non-cluster environment using the following link:
Start SQL Server Full Text Search service
You can view other alerts for this instance of SQL Server that may be related to this issue using the following link:
View SQL Server Alerts