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[dm-devel] Custom priority callout



I know that the issue with writing custom priority callouts is that they
need to be running in RAM so that if the disk is lost, it can be called
again. 

My question is, if I write a custom binary file, and statically compile
it so it doesn't link against any libraries, does multipath
automatically load it into RAM because it mentioned in the config file,
or is their other code that has to be modified to load it. 

Thanks.

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