Comment 32 for bug 317781

I've not experienced the bug yet, though I've not had a chance to try
the script yet.

I was wondering if anyone knows of a terminal command I could run that
would give me a list of all the files on my system that are 0 KB. As far
as I know, I've never experienced this, but then again it may have
happened to a file I don't use often. I don't care if I lose anything
since I have everything backed up but a command to list files that may
have been effected would be nice if anyone knows.