Automated Linux Kernel Testing

I'm currently always using the current git kernel. And my thought is: Why isn't there some tool available to automatically tell the developers how many users are currently runnig the kernel, on what platform, how many segfaults, crashes, etc. the test systems had. That would make it much easier to know bugs are there... And it could all run automatically in the background, or at least semi-automatically.


  1. Actually, there is a web site for Kernel Crashes

  2. True, I should have linked to them. But AFAIK they don't have a program automatically submitting them, do they?


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