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I am using OEM 10G.
There is an option for databases. I entered the database information and I see the database there. But where exactly should I go or any link to find where is that database belong to which server. Same as when  we give the server information how we will see the list of databases belong to that server in the OEM interfaces. Please help.
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I doubt anyone is still running that version nor remembers it well enough to give you click-by-click steps.

I would start with the online documentation:
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B16240_01/welcome.html

That gets you to:  Enterprise Manager Concepts

Then:
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B16240_01/doc/em.102/b31949/database_management.htm#CHDCIDIG

Once there see if you have a screen similar to:
Figure 5-1 Database Home Page

The database page should tell you the host information.
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Not helpful I tried.
First I gave server name but the list of databases it has is not listed.
Please help.
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>>First I gave server name but the list of databases it has is not listed.

Then the agent likely isn't installed on that server or the version of the agent isn't compatible with OEM 10g.
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installation is perfect. I am not doing in a proper way.
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I do not understand your last post.
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Please let me know from oem where we should check the performance .
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>>where we should check the performance .

In the Concepts guide link I posted previously, go to the Tableof Contents:
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B16240_01/doc/em.102/b31949/toc.htm#

Then look at:
5 Database Management
    Assessing Database Performance
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Is this question about performance or installation? Listener / tnsnames should have information on which database is running on which server. Who did the installation? If dba then they should know.
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