Disable specific Perl*Handlers (all compiled-in handlers are enabled by default). The option name is derived from the Perl*Handler name, by stripping the Perl and Handler parts of the word. So PerlLogHandler becomes Log, which can be used to disable PerlLogHandler:
Suppose one of the hosts does not want to allow users to configure PerlAuthenHandler, PerlAuthzHandler, PerlAccessHandler, and <Perl>sections:
<VirtualHost ...> PerlOptions -Authen -Authz -Access -Sections </VirtualHost>
Or maybe it doesn't want users to configure anything but the response handler:
<VirtualHost ...> PerlOptions None +Response </VirtualHost>
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