I do execute the following steps to create on DEBIAN Server a
1) git bare repo; 
2) a working dir, where the files are copied after local git push;
3) a local clone on Windows, bare server repo is cloned.

I executed the following commands:

    # SERVER: Setup git bare repo on server on Debian Wheezy v7.8, GIT 2.3.6
    # mkdir /domains/site/test-workdir
    # make a content copy on DEBIAN server into a test workdir
    cp -rp /content/* /domains/site/test-workdir
    mkdir /domains/git/site-bare.git
    cd /domains/git/site-bare.git
    git --git-dir=. --work-tree=/domains/site/test-workdir/. init
    git config receive.denycurrentbranch ignore
    cd /domains/git/site-bare.git/hooks
    nano post-receive
    # add the following content until # end
    export GIT_WORK_TREE=/domains/site/test-workdir/.
    export GIT_DIR=/domains/git/site-bare.git/.git
    git checkout -f
    # end
    chmod +x post-receive
    cd ..
    git add .
    git commit -m "Initial commit"
    git status
    # On branch master
    # nothing to commit, working directory clean
    # LOCAL:
    cd /w/Dev/\!GIT/
    mkdir test-remote
    cd /w/Dev/\!GIT/test-remote
    git init
    git remote add web-local 
    git remote -v
    # web-local       ssh://root@ 
    # web-local       ssh://root@ 
    git pull web-local master
    # SERVER
    cd /domains/site/test-workdir/
    rm -r *
    # LOCAL (Windows7 64bit, git v2.3.6)
    # git push should execute post receive on remote, so workdir should get 
again the content
    git push web-remote master

Once I also got the 

    Counting objects: 27, done.
    Delta compression using up to 4 threads.
    Compressing objects: 100% (27/27), done.
    Writing objects: 100% (27/27), 2.49 KiB | 0 bytes/s, done.
    Total 27 (delta 21), reused 0 (delta 0)
    remote: fatal: Not a git repository: '/domains/git/site-bare.git/.git'
    To ssh://root@
    27b6ceb..8ed3301  master -> master

Later I did not get such "Not a git repository" error.
But anyway, the workdir is not filled with content, this is my problem.

UPDATE: If I do "git checkout -f" of the server, then the workdir is 
updated. So this means that the post-receive hook is not executed.

Any idea why the remote workdir is not updated?

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