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Full Text Indexing and Overhead

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I'm looking for info on the amount of overhead associated with building a search feature that employs full text search / indexing.
And is this too much overhead and what are the considerations to determine what is too much overhead.
I say this because the DB guys say that it is high in overhead.

Sql server 2012

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Like everything, if isn't well configured you can have performance issues.
Did you read the MSDN article about Full Text Performance?
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