nfs.man: Remove references to NFS v2 from the man pages

Signed-off-by: Steve Dickson <steved@redhat.com>
diff --git a/utils/mount/mount.nfs.man b/utils/mount/mount.nfs.man
index 0409c96..a78a3b0 100644
--- a/utils/mount/mount.nfs.man
+++ b/utils/mount/mount.nfs.man
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
 .BR mount.nfs4
 must be used for mounting NFSv4 file systems while
 .BR mount.nfs
-must be used for NFSv3 and v2.
+must be used for NFSv3.
 
 .SH OPTIONS
 .TP
diff --git a/utils/mount/nfs.man b/utils/mount/nfs.man
index 57a693f..d9f34df 100644
--- a/utils/mount/nfs.man
+++ b/utils/mount/nfs.man
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
 to allow file sharing between systems residing
 on a local area network.
 Depending on kernel configuration, the Linux NFS client may
-support NFS versions 2, 3, 4.0, 4.1, or 4.2.
+support NFS versions 3, 4.0, 4.1, or 4.2.
 .P
 The
 .BR mount (8)
@@ -954,11 +954,6 @@
 .BR nfsmount.conf(5)
 for details.
 .SH EXAMPLES
-To mount an export using NFS version 2,
-use the
-.B nfs
-file system type and specify the
-.B nfsvers=2
 mount option.
 To mount using NFS version 3,
 use the
@@ -985,13 +980,6 @@
 	server:/export	/mnt	nfs	defaults	0 0
 .fi
 .P
-Here is an example from an /etc/fstab file for an NFS version 2 mount over UDP.
-.P
-.nf
-.ta 8n +16n +6n +6n +30n
-	server:/export	/mnt	nfs	nfsvers=2,proto=udp	0 0
-.fi
-.P
 This example shows how to mount using NFS version 4 over TCP
 with Kerberos 5 mutual authentication.
 .P
@@ -1084,7 +1072,7 @@
 can safely be allowed to default to the largest values supported by
 both client and server, independent of the network's MTU size.
 .SS "Using the mountproto mount option"
-This section applies only to NFS version 2 and version 3 mounts
+This section applies only to NFS version 3 mounts
 since NFS version 4 does not use a separate protocol for mount
 requests.
 .P
@@ -1487,7 +1475,7 @@
 mount option.
 .SS "Using file locks with NFS"
 The Network Lock Manager protocol is a separate sideband protocol
-used to manage file locks in NFS version 2 and version 3.
+used to manage file locks in NFS version 3.
 To support lock recovery after a client or server reboot,
 a second sideband protocol --
 known as the Network Status Manager protocol --
@@ -1907,8 +1895,6 @@
 .br
 RFC 793 for the TCP specification.
 .br
-RFC 1094 for the NFS version 2 specification.
-.br
 RFC 1813 for the NFS version 3 specification.
 .br
 RFC 1832 for the XDR specification.