Sorry for confusion. I got my mess sorted out ;)

When I cloned, i was in orign/master. I made a mistake
at checking out the branch I wanted. The branch I actually
checked out was the master branch but under the name I
thought otherwise.
It now worked great!


Jay Lan wrote:

I am new to the GIT world and try to manage a
multiple developers local git repo.

I created a local repo by `git clone --bare`.
Then, I git clone from that local repo to my work area.
After made a change, I committed and pushed back
to the local repo.

At the local repo, `git show <commit>` showed the
commit I pushed. However, `git log` does not show
the commit. I seemed not able to see the commit if I
do not have the commit ID.

Also, when I git clone to yet another work area
at this point, the new work tree does not see my
earlier commit.

Anyone has used a git clone --bare model?
What did I do wrong here? Advice is much appreciated!


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