Jenkins 2.138.1 (on Linux Mint)
Priority Sorter 3.6.0
Jobs started almost simultaneously are not sorted by priority. For example, a job with priority 1714 is running before a job with 1712 even though both were started within about a second of each other. Both jobs are definitely queued and ready. This happens regardless of the length of the quiet period.
JENKINS-12994 which may be related somehow. Perhaps this needs to be a configuration setting? I DO need to be able to start multiple jobs quickly in a quiet period and then have the highest priority ones start, even if some have to wait for others to expire their quiet periods. But if it's a problem in other situations, perhaps there could be a prioritizing wait period so that jobs won't sleep forever on pending jobs with longer quiet periods.
Any other suggested workarounds?