Thanks Dameon, I have tried this and still have the same result.
Let me backup a bit and explain my thinking. while reviewing the health check output for this cluster I see the following:
SND/FW Core Overlap - WARNING
Cores detected operating as both fw workers and SNDs. Please review sk98737 and sk98348 for more information.
Interface Mgmt: CPU 0
Interface eth1-01: has multi queue enabled
Interface Sync: has multi queue enabled
Interface eth1-02: has multi queue enabled
Interface eth1-03: has multi queue enabled
Interface eth1-04: has multi queue enabled
Initially I ignored the messages indicating that multi queue was enabled and focused on determining why the cores were setup as both SNDs and FW workers. Which led me to a lot of reading and the initial question.
Now, after more reading on Multi queue it seems that this may be why I am seeing the cores as both SND and FW workers
Attaching an image of what I see in cpview and fwaccel stat.
I am struggling to understand if the health check warning is something to be concerned with or not, have seen it very clearly stated that running cores as both SND and FW workers is not generally recommended.
The other thing that is odd to me is the name shown in fwaccel stat "KPPAK" is new to me, typically see SND..