The server allows client-initiated renegotiation handshakes. Renegotiation allows a client to negotiate new session parameters, such as a new cipher suite.
When a client starts a new TLS connection, the server will expend more CPU resources than the client. The client may exploit this resource usage asymmetry to launch a DoS attack. It may request a large number of renegotiation attempts until the server runs out of CPU.
The CVE for this type of vulnerability is CVE-2011-1473.
TLS 1.3 explicitly forbids renegotiation, since it closes a window of opportunity for an attack.
A strong argument in favor of disabling renegotiation is the fact that none of the world’s top 5 sites by traffic allow renegotiation. If they serve most of the world and they don’t need renegotiation, the remaining question is: do you really have a valid reason for allowing renegotiation?