Follow the instructions on https://web.archive.org/web/20160623200504/https://java.net/projects/adoptopenjdk/pages/InstallJtreg and https://java.net/projects/adoptopenjdk/pages/EclipseProjectForJTReg [dead-link] to learn more about the OpenJDK JTReg. For more details steps to build JTReg have a look at the link.
Interesting blog on what to keep in mind before writing tests.
To see an online help for JTReg perform via command
$ jtreg -onlineHelp
If you don't wish to build it on your own, then download the latest JTReg artifact from the Adopt OpenJDK Cloudbees Jenkin server. After doing the above make a copy of the win32, linux and lib sub-folders from within the dist/jtreg sub-folder into the jtreg folder - to prevent errors when running tests. In some editions, the files in the win32 folder must be made executable (
chmod u+x …).