Thanks for the reply. I stumbled on the answer by luck soon after my post. In my case, the md0 raid1 /boot device was newer and had been set to partition type fd "Linux raid auto detect".... [by welbo]
on 06/13/2012 – Made popular on 06/13/2012
I setup a RAID5 (md1) and a RAID1 (md2) using the Ubuntu install image. During setup I said to put /boot on the smaller RAID1. I put "/ "on the RAID5. My boss told to put the \boot and other low activity folders on the RAID1 and put /usr and /var on the RAID5. Did I do this or do I have duplicate boot directories on each RAID?