On Fri, 26 Jul 2013 05:43:34 -0700 (PDT)
Andreas Dvorak <andreas.dvo...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> I have a central git bare repository and would like to run a
> post-commit after the git push on a local repository on an other
> server. But the post-commit does nothing or is not executed.
I suspect you're confusing committing and pushing -- committing happens
when you run `git commit`, and committing does not result in any
network transfer -- only the local repository is updated.
Then you might push the updated history to another repository, and for
that repository, this act is called "reception" (of new objects), which
might then result in "updating" (of refs, such as branches and tags),
and so pre-receive, post-receive, update and post-update hooks are run,
if present. Consult the githooks(5) manual for details.
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