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    It can be somewhat of a pain, yeah. If there is an existing option for NixOS though, search.nixos.org also tends to link to the source in nixpkgs so you can check exactly how it's setup. This tells you e.g. the systemd service name, and how configuration is written for the option. For instance, with nagios, the service is defined here. search.nixos.org shows all the declared options, which are declared in the options = { section in the source. The actual "implementation" is in the section declared in config = {. The above generally holds true for every option. Things do get more dicey though when there isn't a pre-existing module declaring nixos options for you to use.

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