Event ID - 1069

Event Id1069
DescriptionCluster resource Disk [Q]: failed.
Event InformationAccording to Microsoft:

When the SQL Full Text resource is brought online through Cluster Administrator, it looks for configuration files present in the MSSQL\FTData (or MSSQL$INSTANCENAME\FTDATA) folder (named clus0.0, clus1.1 and so on). The configuration files contain crucial information about the Full Text application path, catalog paths, index paths and so forth. If the configuration files are corrupt or the account that is performing the failover does not have Full control over the FTData folder, the errors listed in the "Symptoms" section may display. The following actions may cause the error message to occur:
? Removing or renaming the contents of the FTDATA folder.
? Copying the FTData folder from a different server onto the clustered server.
? Insufficient permissions for the Cluster Service startup account to the FTData folder and all its subfolders.
? Insufficient permissions for the Cluster Service and SQL Service startup accounts to the HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Search\1.0 registry key and all the subkeys present under the HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Search\1.0 registry key.
? The Cluster service and SQL Service accounts do not have full control over the previously-mentioned registry keys and FTDATA folder.
The Cluster Service and SQL Service accounts need full control over the previously mentioned registry keys and FTData folder.
To work around this behavior either:
? Make sure that the Cluster Service, the SQL Service and the SYSTEM account have full control over the MSSQL\FTdata folder and all its subfolders.
? Make sure that the accounts mentioned in step 5 of the "Cause" section have Full Control over the HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Search\1.0 registry key and all its child keys.
WARNING: If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, you may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that you can solve problems t
Reference LinksMicrosoft product: Windows Operating System Version: 5.2 Event Source: ClusSvc Event ID: 1069

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