Are you considering using Shell Fork Bomb Protection? You should as it is helpful for the sites on your server. To configure the status between enabled and disabled, you need to navigate to Home > Security Center > Shell Fork Bomb Protection in WHM. Experienced users can try the Command Line access from cPanel.
When To Enable Shell Fork Bomb Protection
To prevent users who have terminal access (SSH/Telnet) the ability to use all of the resources on the server, you should enable Shell Fork Bomb Protection.
perl -I/usr/local/cpanel -MCpanel::LoginProfile -le ‘print [Cpanel::LoginProfile::install_profile(‘limits’)]->;’
When To Disable Shell Fork Bomb Protection
If you have a WordPress or similar site, you should know that Shell Fork Bomb Protection can conflict with certain caching plugins (like W3 Total Cache) so if you have any caching plugins installed and running on your sites go ahead and disable the protection to prevent issues.
perl -I/usr/local/cpanel -MCpanel::LoginProfile -le ‘print [Cpanel::LoginProfile::remove_profile(‘limits’)]->;’