Wirte bellow code in smart way ( need some advise)

I need a help to compact my bellow code or make it write a smart way as
i follow this style , for 100 record i will have to do this 100 times!!

Basically, i am executing a sql command its giving me data like bellow.

now i need to present that in our monitoring system in a table and need
to set threshold for each variables

the monitoring system will generate the html from “msg”

Now the way i am doing, if i have 100 Records i will go MAD!! ,
so i need some advise how to make it more smart and compact.
by using some smart LOOP HASH…

Can any one please give me guide …

bellow is my code :-

output=come command
its output like bellow :-

Field1 56 80 100
Field2 44 33 44
Field3 55 55 66
Field4 3 50 200

Currently i am doing this way

field1=Hash.new
field2=Hash.new

output.each_line do |line|

    if line =~ /Field1/
        cn = line.split(' ')
        field1["Total"]=cn[1]
          if field1["Total"] > 50
              field1["Total_status"]="Red"
           else
               field1["Total_status"]="Green"
          end
        field1["Fail"]=cn[2]
          if field2["Fail"] > 50
              field1["Fail_status"]="Red"
          else
           field1["Fail_status"]="Green"
          end
        field1["Success"]=cn[3]
         if field1["Success"] > 50
              field1["Success_status"]="Red"
         else
             field1["Success_status"]="Green"
          end

    end

    if line =~ /Field2/
       ...............
    end

end

MSG="


field1[“Success”]
field1[“Success_status”]
 <td> field2["Total"] field2["Total_status"]  <t/d>  <td>

field2[“Fail”] field2[“Fail_status”]

field2[“Success”]
field2[“Success_status”]
..............


  </table>

"

field1[“Total”] field1[“Total_status”] <t/d>
field1[“Fail”] field1[“Fail_status”]

Fosiul A. wrote in post #1141073:

I need a help to compact my bellow code or make it write a smart way as
i follow this style , for 100 record i will have to do this 100 times!!

Basically, i am executing a sql command its giving me data like bellow.

output=come command
its output like bellow :-

Field1 56 80 100
Field2 44 33 44
Field3 55 55 66
Field4 3 50 200

You can save it to a temp .txt file. Then open the file and read each
line and use Nokogiri gem to build the HTML.

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