Move remote branch tip from one branch to another

I did a rebase --onto to move a previous commit (c4) from master to a feature branch. But I had already pushed master to the remote origin.

So currently now I have

c1 - c2 - c3 - c5(master HEAD)
           \
            c4(feature HEAD) - c5(origin/master HEAD)

I realize that fixing this will screw up anyone who has pulled in changes from origin/master. But there is only one other developer so this is not that much of an issue. How do I change origin/master so it’s not after the feature branch. I’d like it to be this:

c1 - c2 - c3 - c5(master HEAD)(origin/master HEAD)
           \
            c4(feature HEAD)

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Move remote branch tip from one branch to another”

    Use a forced push from master to origin/master:

    git push origin master:master --force
    

    The other developer will need to reset his master to the remote master afterwards (preferably a hard reset after saving his work):

    git fetch origin
    git checkout master
    git reset --hard origin/master
    
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