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You need to read the Gentoo Perl upgrade news item. There is good additional background here: http://dilfridge.blogspot.com/2014/08/perl-in-gentoo-upgrading-pains-perl.html
I think what you're looking for is DirectoryIndex index.cgi See DirectoryIndex.
The answer was that SELinux was blocking access to the script. Thanks to alphamikevictor for suggesting this answer. By default on CentOS 7 SELinux is enabled and blocks perl / CGI. I confirmed it was enabled using /usr/bin/sestatus On the old server SELinux had been disabled completely.
Make sure that you have added ScriptAlias in the apache configuration like below ScriptAlias /cgi-test/ /var/www/html/cgi-test/ Also try adding FollowSymLinks to the Options directive.
Running the following fixed this issue for me on RHEL6. yum install rrdtool-perl
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