We have a morninglord cleric that has sever the source and multiple people in the party have pervasive light...
If a creature is given vulnerability 10 to radiant damage and vulnerability 17 to all damage and is attacked by a player with the pervasive light feat not dealing radiant damage does the player deal.
An additional 27 damage because the creature has vulnerability 10 radiant and then vulnerability 17 all and pervasive lights damage is only based on the vulnerability.
An additional 17 because vulnerable all counts as radiant and the attack is already taking advantage of the vulnerability.
An additional 34 damage because the creature technically has vulnerability radiant included in the "all" and then vulnerability to the other damage as well meaning it takes the 17 damage from the vulnerability radiant like in answer 1 then the attack deals an additional 17 because the creature is vulnerable to it.
My gut says 1. is correct though I'd like to get a second opinion before the question comes up in game.