Hi, 

The log should be the same. You are looking at the logs of two different 
things:

repository A (some_local_git_repo)
- has a remote called "origin" which is where it was originally cloned from 
(github? some server?)

repository B (your local clone)
- has a remote called "origin" which is repository A.

So when you do git log origin/master in repository B - it is the equivalent 
of running "git log master" in repository A.

If you run "git pull origin master" in repository A - and then run "git 
pull origin master" in repository B - they should produce the same log 
afterwords, provided you haven't made any local commits in repository B.


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