This error means that your system has been incorrectly setup to exclude the installation of any package with "mysql" in the name. This library provides applications with the ability to speak SQL to a mysql database. These libraries are not actually part of mysql, are not used by mysql, and their installation will have no effect on mysql.
Therefore, if you are using some third party product that has excluded any package with "mysql" in its name from being installed on your system you will need to:
Run this command to temporarily bypass the broken and incorrect excludes configured for your system:
yum --disableexcludes=all upgrade asl asl-web mod_security ossec-hids
Verify that this file exists: /etc/ld.so.conf.d/mysql-x86_64.conf
Verify that this file contains the following line:
The line should not be commented out.
If the file is missing, or its contents have been tampered with, correct it and then run the following:
Report this as a bug to the makers of the product(s) that have configured this incorrectly on your system. No modern software package should exclude the installation of these packages, or even use package exclusion. These libraries have nothing to do with mysql and some software companies misconfigure the operating systems software management system to not allow the installation or upgrade of any package with "mysql" in the name. This configuration is incorrect to prevent MySQL from being installed or upgraded on your machine. You should report to the software vendor that they use proper package management, as the operating system will manage any software changes on the system to prevent conflicts.
Modern software does not need to make these changes, and any software package that does this should not be modifying your operating systems software management system. These changes will incorrectly break software updates on your system, and are not necessary for a properly packaged software solution.