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git post-receive checkout to remote machine?

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http://stackoverflow.com – If you add the following script as a hooks/post-receive hook to a bare git repository foo.git: #!/bin/sh GIT_WORK_TREE=/bar git checkout -f then whenever someone pushes to the repository the current state will be updated in directory bar. This requires bar and foo.git to be on the same machine. What's the easiest way to modify it so that the checkout is made on a remote machine (say baz:/bar) ? One way would be to: #!/bin/sh GIT_WORK_TREE=/tmp/bar git checkout -f rsync ... /tmp/bar baz:/bar Is there a better way? Perhaps not requiring an intermediate temp directory? (If not what are (HowTos)