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Hi, I am getting the following message in SQL log

2007-03-15 01:53:19.00 spid26s     Changing the status to MERGE for full-text catalog "MY_FT_TBL" (41) in database "MY_DB" (10). This is an informational message only. No user action is required.'

I would like to know what processes created these messages and is it normal?

Thanks in advance
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I is just an infomation message and fulltext population generated this.
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