It sounds like even if you get access to the nginx logs (and I’ve never been able to get sufficient historical data from the log files via STFP) that they aren’t necessarily directly related to the numbers of views and visits Pantheon reports.
It is hard to understand why Pantheon doesn’t provide more transparency here - there should be a straightforward way to see what resource views are counting against limits, especially since they are determining price.
@sparklingrobots - I tried following the Advanced CDN link you posted but it seems to be a general page for professional services. Is there some way to see CDN traffic and block unwanted traffic that could be inflating my page views?
We have a 4x discrepancy between Google and our Pantheon metrics and not having realistic tools to figure out why is incredibly frustrating.