It's not a ktest reference guide, but a quick ktest learning guide,
especially focuses on some important features.
After reading this document, you'll be able to do the following work automatically.
- test all patches of your patchset, and
- bisect to find the problematic commit
Please note that ktest keeps working even if there are panic/hangup problems.
I believe it saves plenty of your time.
1.1.3 : Support not only debian/jessy, but also CentOS7 as test target system.
1.1.4: Fix page order between P17 and P18.
1.1.5: Fix the possibility of data loss of Target at REBOOT.
Fix some typos.
1.1.6: Describe the kernel parameter about serial console to grub entry