Originally Posted by Alainl12
I have a full 14 days guide and the Rovi status is 403 for me. In fact I never saw Ok for the status since a have the dvr+. However, I have 1 channel that has no logo at all. I have another channel that has 14 days of data but the logo is the default psip logo. Also, I have 1 sub-channel without Rovi data, this channel is fill up by psip data.
Maybe the 403 code means that the update was completed, but some data for your channel lineup is missing. Just a theory.
For those with "ok" status, does your guide totally fill up with Rovi data?
You have a channel with 14 days of PSIP data? That seems wrong. Maybe the icon is wrong?
On the CM web page about the Temporary Rovi Outage
, CM states the following:
It's important to note that not all channels will have 14 days of guide information. If there is a broadcaster logo or no logo at all in the grid next to the channel, this indicates you should be receiving 14 days of program information for that particular channel.
If a channel has a default TV icon next to the channel in the grid, this indicates that this channels isn't reporting 14 days of data to our service and you will only receive the data that the broadcaster is transmitting over the air(typically 2 days or less)
I have one channel that has the generic TV icons, indicating no Rovi data, only PSIP. That channel has been hidden since before the Rovi Outage. There are 3 channels without an icon (but still Rovi). Even so, the past couple of days the status was always "OK".
Today  returned, even though the PSIP channel is still hidden, so that doesn't seem to be a factor. After warm or cold booting, it changes to  for about 1 minute, then to "OK". The only "Unknown Event" entries that I see are at the end of the Guide (from Sat. Mar. 26, 8:00am to 9:30am). IIRC, yesterday when the Last Rovi Update flag was always "OK", there were no "Unknown Event" entries at the end of the Guide.
I tend to think like you, that  indicates that the data isn't quite complete?