I have an issue with my clone1 repo not being updated w.r.t. what branches 
origin has:


*When I push abranch to origin, it triggers a post-receive hook thatdeletes 
another-branch from origin*
*clone1/abranch*> git push
*origin/post-receive*> cd $(mktemp -t -d git.post-receive.XXXXXX) && git
clone $origin clone2 && cd clone2 && git push origin :another-branch

*The another-branch is actually deleted from origin*
*origin/master*> git branch | grep 'another-branch' | wc -l

*Fetching the updated info from origin*
*clone1/abranch*> git fetch
*clone1/abranch*> git fetch --all
*clone1/abranch*> git push -f

*My clone1 still thinks origin has the deleted branch*
*clone1/abranch*> git branch -r | grep 'origin/another-branch'

Neither git fetch, git fetch --all, git push -f nor git gc on either repo
fixes this.

Is this a bug or is there some other command to update clone1?

Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS
Release: 12.04
Codename: precise

> git --version
git version


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