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How we will find out the name of the database and server name the below line

NOTIFICATION-DPAtrap_cheeta_BACKUP FAILURE: networker@sita1 | FILE-PROD | bn__ORA__DB__DLY_ 00..
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Take the name "sita1" and run a tnsping for it to get the HOST.
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Thank you
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Anytime!
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